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In the Highlander's Bed (Cameron Sisters Series #5)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2008

    Very good read

    This book was very good, I couldn't put it down. Cathy Maxwell is an awesome author and would recommend her to anyone who has a love for romance and adventure. I can' wait for her new book about Fiona and Dominic to come out. (If you read this book, you will know what I am talking about, so go out and buy a copy) :)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    This is an enjoyable regency romance.

    In 1808 Highland laird Gordon Lachlan knows the significance of the legendary Sword of the MacKenna and what it means to his clan. To regain the vaunted weapon from the Duke of Colster, he plans to kidnap the Duke¿s sister by marriage Constance Cameron, who attends Madame Lavaliere¿s Academy for Young Women to erase some of barbaric American taint. Gordon assumes that Constance¿s family by marriage will trade the sword for her.------------ Gordon is taken aback that Constance seems unafraid of him and in some ways he feels like her captive especially when she makes it clear that he is a buffoon who has wrecked havoc to return to America. As she keeps trying to escape, an exasperated Gordon finally decides enough, but cannot stop himself from kissing the spirited colonialist. They fall in love while he tries to stay focused and she ponders how to make his plan work.------------- This is a fun captivity romance in which the audience will agree with the hero as to who is the prisoner and who is jailer. The story line combines humor, especially when Constance acts like a termagant and rips off Gordon¿s skin, with a poignant belief that people got to be free. This is an enjoyable regency romance.------------------- Harriet Klausner

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